Samsung Galaxy A24 Price In Nigeria & Specifications

The Samsung Galaxy A24 is the last of the 2023 A-series devices to surface as we’ve already seen the rest of the series much earlier. If I were to compare this to last year’s E23, it looks a lot different, and I’ll say a lot better because the A23 looks really odd. For pricing, the A24 actually comes slightly more affordable than the A23, and that’s a really good thing.

But before we go into detail, permit me to tell you that this is the A24 4G. I have no idea if there’s a 5G version, so if you want a Samsung with 5G in this region, you should be ready to go for the higher Samsung Galaxy A34, which costs more but is still a solid device.

Samsung Galaxy A24 Price In Nigeria

The Samsung Galaxy A24 costs about ₦169,000 for the 6GB RAM version, and ₦162,000 for the 4GB version. That’s somewhere between $200 to $220.

Samsung Galaxy A24 Price In Nigeria
128GB + 6GB₦169,000
128GB + 4GB₦162,000
Samsung Galaxy A24 Price In Nigeria

Samsung Galaxy A24 Full Specifications

NameSamsung Galaxy A24
ModelSM-A245F, SM-A245F/DS
Launch DateMay 5th, 2023
Type of ScreenAMOLED
Size Of Screen6.5 inches
Resolution1080 x 2340 
Dimensions162.1 x 77.6 x 8.3 mm
Build MaterialGlass front, plastic frame and back
SoftwareAndroid 13, running on One UI 5.1
ProcessorMediatek Helio G99
Video recording1080p@30fps
Internal storage128GB
Capacity5000 mAh
FingerprintYes (Side-mounted)
ColorsBlack, Lime Green, Blue gradient, Dark red
SIMDual Nano SIM
FM Radio—-
3.5mm jackNo
Samsung Galaxy A24 Full Specifications

Design & Build Quality

Just like the rest of the A-series this year, there’s no charger in the box. The A23 came with a charging brick; here we get just a Type-C to C cable. This one has four colors, just like the others, but I think there are just three colors for this region: black, lime, and this gradient glow. It reminds me of the Aura Glow from the Galaxy Note 10 series, only that this is plastic.

There are some improvements to this from its predecessor aside from the refined design, and depending on how you look at it, this is actually an upgrade. However, I think those with a Snapdragon preference may not agree.

Amongst all the A series devices this year, the A24 is the lightest, and what prompted me to check is that it felt not as well put together as the others.

IP Rating & Fingerprint Scanner

There is no IP rating for this one like the A31 or A54, but it comes with the headphone jack, unlike the A34 and A54. Also, no stereo speakers here. The A24 still maintains a side-mounted fingerprint scanner, which works pretty well to unlock the device when needed.

Display Type, Size & Refresh Rate

The Infinite-U design here can be seen as a major improvement from last year’s Galaxy A23 with a thousand-nit of brightness, as opposed to the PLS LCD we got on the A23. The Infinite U design makes this device look a lot more like the A34, except that the chin here is thicker.

The display remains a 90Hz refresh rate and 1080p resolution. It is 6.5 inches, that’s about 0.1 inches smaller than the A23, and it has Gorilla Glass protection. That is to see if you are in Nigeria, you want to register for Samsung Care Plus for the one-year screen warranty.

UI & Software

Now we get One UI 5.1 here, thankfully not the core version, so we get features like Smart View, Secure Folder, Edge Panel, etc. One area where Samsung is lagging has the flagship versions of One UI. Here is still pretty smooth, though, with some choppiness here and there. It will get at least three major OS upgrades if I’m correct, and I think at this price point, only Samsung offers that much software support.

Processor Performance

The Galaxy A24 comes with a MediaTek Helio G99, a 6-nanometer processor. I consider it a good improvement over the Snapdragon 680. It brings a boost in performance all around, running all your regular apps just fine, including some high-graphics gaming options.


You can play PUBG Mobile on HDR and high frame rate. It can’t go any higher. Now, I occasionally put this through continuous gaming over a period of an hour, switching between PUBG and Call of Duty Mobile, and I didn’t experience any overheating of any sort.

The temperature stayed consistently warm, nothing abnormal, and I’d say it even handled better than I anticipated.

The available graphic option for Call of Duty is medium graphics and high frame rates. If you want better gaming performance at this price, though, you can consider the Redmi Note 12 Pro 4G. You just have to manage with its older software, but that has a Snapdragon 732G, which will give you better gaming performance than what you get on the A24, which is also similarly priced.

That is not to say you can’t game well on the A24, just if you want that higher graphics option, you’ll have to sacrifice software.

Battery Life & Charging

The battery life on the Galaxy A24 is as you’d expect of a 5000 milliampere battery. It will last you at least a day of average to heavy use. It has good standby time as well. It supports up to 25 watts of fast charging, and you’ll need to get a charging brick for that one since it comes with just the cable.

Camera Specs

In the camera department, we get pretty much the same rear camera configuration as its predecessor, with the exemption of the depth sensor. On the display, we get an improved 13-megapixel selfie camera. I think we got 8 megapixels on the A23.

The selfie camera actually impressed me the most about the A24. Selfies are sharp and consistently give good results. HDR processing is also solid, both with regular shots and portraits. On the rear camera, we also get good results. Colours are vibrant, and HDR is well-processed.

The ultra-wide shots appear to have a slightly cooler tone than shots from the main camera. Its vibrant image processing also extends to the video, and I found this quality quite okay.



The Galaxy A24 is a decent upgrade from its predecessor, although I’d say it doesn’t pack enough for you to upgrade from the A23. But you should find it a solid upgrade from the A22. Its pricing places it in the same category as the Redmi Note 12 Pro 4G, which I’ll say offers better aspects overall, but just lacks some other software. If you want to pick this one up, it’s a solid choice, and I can recommend it.


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